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Tips for buying a TV

Entertainment is one of the top basic human needs, especially in contemporary society. It is crucial to ensure that you get some good distraction once in a while. From movies, music, and even sports, there is only one device that we can relate to, the Television. The ability to play sound and view motion pictures on demand is one of the top achievements that humans have made, and the TV is the best item to consume all that with. There are so many brands to choose from, and getting the best, you should take some time to select carefully. Here is a guide to help you get the best Television.

Choosing the best TV

Display type

There are various type of TV screens to choose; these include LCD TVs, LED TVs, OLED TVslksnadvlknksldnvlksandlkvasdvasd, and plasma TVs. The technology defers a bit. The main difference is the technology they use to produce pictures. However, if you are buying a TV in 2017, then it is best to go for LED. They are affordable and are more energy efficient.

Aspect ration

There are various aspect ratios to select from, but the most common one is 16:9. If you want a cinema experience, then 16:9 is the best option. However there are other options for you to choose from.

Color depth

There is no standard way to measure color depth. This is because every manufacturer has their own way of measuring that. However, you can always trust your eyes. You can easily tell by the picture quality if it is good for you.

Refresh rate

The refresh rate of a TV is the number of time it shows a frame of a video. The more the refresh rate, usually measured in hertz, the better you can watch movies and eliminate motion blur. Most common measurements include 60Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz. 60Hz is okay, but the more the better

Input lag

If you are into gaming then in out lag should matter to you a lot. Input lag is the time it takes for an image to show from when it left the source. The lesser the input lag, the more the game will be realistic. If for instance a TV has an input lag of 30ms, it means that it takes 30 microseconds for you to see the action of pressing your game pad.

Inputs

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